This week I’m going to focus exclusively on Tudors & Stuarts 2023, but first a date for your diaries. The Kent History Showcase 2023, organised by KAS, the Maison Dieu […]
Upcoming Tudors and Stuarts, plus St George and Kent Maps
In addition to Tudors & Stuarts 2023 which is coming up THIS weekend – see #TS2023 – thanks very much Craig for a great window display in the CCCU Bookshop, […]
Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022!
Amazing to think the Medieval Canterbury Weekend is now over and before too long we’ll need to turn our attention to Tudors and Stuarts 2023. However, it will be worth […]
Medieval matters – MCW 2022, Lossenham and much more
I thought it was time I gave you more information about the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022 which will be up on the Centre’s website very shortly. Thus, I thought I […]
Wat Tyler, Lossenham project and Cuxton – a fascinating mix
This week I want to start with an event that took place at Smithfield just over 640 years ago because it was great that BBC Radio Kent had noticed that […]
Kentish saints, rebels and early kings – a fascinating county!
This week has seen a whole raft of meetings rather than events, but I thought I would mention that Dr Andrew Richardson will be giving the joint FCAT and Centre […]
Medieval Kent and Early Tudor Canterbury – more news!
This week is a mix of news and reports on specific projects or events. As a start, I thought I would mention that Dr Diane Heath has had a favourable […]
Lossenham, London and Maritime Kent – exciting times!
Before I get to trailing the third Lunch Time Lecture that next week will be given by Dr Lily Hawker-Yates, I thought I would pass on the fantastic news that […]
Medieval Jews and the Kent History Postgraduates
So we are up and running because Dean Irwin from CCCU has today given the first of the FREE Lunch Time Lectures which was absolutely excellent. More on that anon, […]